The Moto 360 smartwatch will cost US$250 (around £149, AU$269) when it goes on sale this year, according to US big box retailer Best Buy.
The listing promises the Moto 360 will have a 1.5-inch LCD display with 320 x 290 resolution and 205 ppi, a Texas Instruments processor, a built-in pedometer and heart rate monitor.
According to the Best Buy listing, it'll also be waterproof for 30 minutes in up to 3.3 feet of water.
Best Buy says the Moto 360 will ship with a dock, which may well be the fancy wireless charging cradle recently leaked into the public domain.
The retailer stopped short of confirming when the watch will be available, but that's likely to be revealed at the Motorola media event on September 4 at the IFA tech show.
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